Northeast Times
  • Sports

Remember us?

Following an uncharacteristic early playoff exit, Frankford is ready again to chase its 10th league crown since 2000.   

Callahan’s last chance for baseball glory

Most kids Steve Callahan’s age are obsessed with the normal vices of teenage boys, things like video games, iPads and social media. Steve Callahan is not most kids.

Sister act

Sisters Ally and Kelley McHugh are bringing serious recognition to the Little Flower swim program.

Back on top

After seven years full of close calls, Northeast native Chris McNesby led Roman basketball to league and state championships.  

Sentinel strength

Following a distracted season in which her mother battled cancer, Little Flower’s Emily Shellenberger is re-focused on softball.  

Ragdolls poised for PCL repeat

Needless to say, last softball season was anything but normal for Archbishop Ryan.

Sports Shorts: March 11, 2015

Registration open for basketball tournament

Running the court

The Times takes a look at the basketball winners to be honored at this year’s Northeast Sports Awards Banquet. 

MaST Charter scores an undefeated season

The MaST Community Charter School middle school boys basketball team completed an undefeated season by winning the championship with a 61-51 victory over Northwood Academy Charter School.

Local boxer knocks out opponent

Tacony heavyweight Joey Dawejko needed just 27 seconds last Friday to knock out Enobong Umohette in a boxing match at 2300 Arena in South Philadelphia.